Yeah, sorry, another Microsoft Word tip...but I just learned this trick this week and thought it was so cool that I couldn't wait to share it. It saved me a ton of time.....
Okay, let's say you have a lovely table in Microsoft Word. Let's say it's a HUGE table, and you need to move some of the rows around. Before, I would cut the row, scroll until I got where I wanted it to go, insert a row, and then paste it. What a waste of time.
....because all you need to do is to click in the row you want to move, and then hold down <ALT>+<SHIFT> and use your up and down arrow keys....and the row will move up or down in the table!
(And, if you really are sick of Microsoft Word tips, comment about some other things you'd like to know, and I'm happy to oblige....)